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Deploy session time out

hi,

im trying to deploy a system where i need sessions to have a timout. however, we dont want to use Guset Licenses for this.

the question is, can i have session timeout without the use of Guest licenses ?

 

thank you

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Re: Deploy session time out

Please describe this "system" in more detail.

 


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Re: Deploy session time out

i have an aruba mobility controller with Clearpass Plicy manager. we configured a Guest SSID that diconnect users after 2 hours and it worked fine. the question is can i use time qouta without the use of the GUEST Module so that we dont consume our guest license ?

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Re: Deploy session time out

If those users are created in the guest respository, it consumes a license.

 


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Re: Deploy session time out

what if we dont use Guest Users? for example can i depoly a mac authentication service that has time qouta?

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Re: Deploy session time out

It only uses a guest license if a user logs in with credentials in the guest database.  If it does not use credentials from that database, no.


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Re: Deploy session time out

How are you planning to get them on the network initially? You still need
some form of authentication to trigger the MAC-cache.

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